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978-1-86287-567-8 / 9781862875678

Jurisdiction in International Litigation

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Publisher:Federation Press

Edition:Hardcover

Language:English

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Transport and communications technologies have made international disputes common, and a frequent practical issue is which country or countries have jurisdiction to resolve the dispute. Existing literature on private international law tends to emphasize choice of law rather than jurisdiction. Cases tend to show that the practical significance of Jurisdiction has yet to be appreciated. This groundbreaking book fills in these gaps and offers a critical analysis of the principles and the theoretical foundations applied to resolve private international jurisdictional disputes and of the manner in which those principles are applied in practice by: Describing the context in which international jurisdiction disputes are determined Explaining and critically analysing the principles of jurisdiction Explaining and critically analysing the manner in which the principles are applied Identifying the interests which motivate principles and the court application of the principles Recommending reforms to the principles by demonstrating that the existing principles of jurisdiction are flawed, and ought to be reformed by taking into account the laws objectives, defined by relevance to state and private interests.

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